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Yate library


Yate library

Yate library


Join the library

Joining the library is easy and free. Click to find out how to join.


  • library is on one level
  • automatic doors


We have a full list of facilities at the library  The library also has a colour photocopier and provides a laminating service, as well as free wifi access.

Special events

  • Teen focus group: check dates/times
  • Rhymetime for pre-school children: check dates/times
  • Exhibition space – Yate library showcases the best local arts and crafts for you to see, enjoy and even buy
  • Lego Club for primary school age children, who must be accompanied by a grown-up: check dates/times
  • DigiLocal Club – Coding Club for 8-14 year olds.  Every Thursday, 6pm to 7pm. Places must be booked – email
  • Poetry Group, fortnightly on Tuesdays 1 – 2pm
  • Technology support for blind and partially sighted people takes place at Yate Library on Wednesday afternoons by appointment only. For more information visit the RNIB Technology for Life  website or contact the RNIB Technology for Life team by email: or phone: 0303 123 9999

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44 West Walk, Yate, South Gloucestershire, BS37 4AX



Opening hours

Library opening hours vary over bank holidays. Please see: seasonal library opening hours

 Staffed hours – open to all Unstaffed hours – for registered Open Access users only*
 Monday  10am – 5.30pm 8am – 7.30pm
 Tuesday  10am – 5.30pm 8am – 7.30pm
 Wednesday  No staffed hours 8am – 7.30pm
 Thursday  10am – 5.30pm 8am – 7.30pm
 Friday  10am – 5.30pm 8am – 7.30pm
 Saturday  9.30am – 2.30pm 8am – 7.30pm
 Sunday  No staffed hours 8am – 7.30pm

*Please note when the library changes from staffed to unstaffed opening, it will close for 15 minutes for the transition to Open Access. The library is only available during unstaffed hours for those who have signed up for the free Open Access scheme and completed an induction. For more information and to book your Open Access induction online see


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